SPRING Semester (2015-2016)
Course Title / Section
FINA 3313 Money and Banking / 102 / CRN 20250
Semester Credit Hours
Robert D. Manning, PhD
Professor and Chair
Department of Business Administration
 Investment Bank: Financial institution that assists in the initial sale of
securities in the primary market.
 Fiat Money: Paper currency decreed by governments as legal tender but not
convertible to coins or precious metal (Dollar)
 Liquidity: T
Gap Analysis: measures the sensitivity of bank profit to changes in interest rate ( difference
in interest rate x (rate sensitive assets rate sensitive liability )
Subprime Loans: offered to borrowers with less-than-stellar credit records.
MONEY & BANKING:
Examining the Role of Mon$y in the Evolution of Banking and Financial
This assignment is designed to examine the historical and contemporary role of money in
facilitating business/commerce as well as maintaining confidence in the
 Asset: Any financial claim or piece of property that is subject to ownership
Fiat Money: paper currency decreed by governments as legal tender but not convertible
to coins or precious metal.
 Liquidity: The term used to describe how easy it is t